Save Win 10 login screens

Oct 18, 2009
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It turns out those beautiful Windows 10 login screens are stored, so they can easily be copied elsewhere to be saved. They're saved with a 64-character hex name and no extension. Three types of images are saved--widescreen for PC's, cropped portrait versions for phones, and random images such as ads. The login images must be at least 50k and a max of around 1.6MB.

This script just copies them from the C:\Users\... folder to a user-specified folder and adds a .jpg extension. Once copied, you'll need to preview and delete what you don't want and rename the ones you keep. Note that this copies them to a \temp\ folder under the destination folder.


:: Copy the Win 10 login screen images to \graphics\.. and rename to *.jpg
@echo off
Set src_dir=%LOCALAPPDATA%\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_cw5n1h2txyewy\LocalState\Assets

:: Note that the copy is actually to a sub-folder of this
Set dest_dir=D:\Data\Graphics\Win10 Logins

Copy %@repeat[?,64] /[s50000,1800000] "%src_dir\*.*" "%dest_dir\temp\*.jpg"